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Twenty-nine to compete in this year’s “Seminole’s Got Talent” show

On Tuesday, April 25th, the fourth annual “Seminole’s Got Talent” event will feature a full and diverse show of talent from Seminole County’s youth. The Seminole County Family Connection Collaborative is inviting the community to come out and support the students this Tuesday night at 6 p.m. at the Seminole County Elementary School auditorium. Tickets will be $10 at the door for adults and $5 for students. 

There will be twenty -nine acts in this year’s show ranging from drums, piano, singing, flag routines, push-ups, motivational speaking, and stand-up comedy. Cash prizes will be presented to the first, second, and third place winners in the elementary school and the middle/high school divisions. 

The contestants for this year’s show are Addysen Lovering, Charlee June Herrington, Julia Lenz, Rylee Herrington, Lennon Brock, Keenan Scott, Jacksyn-Rheilee Furr, Raige Brock, Julian Williamson, Gracie Collins, Kerionna Moore, Sara Belisle, Taylor Guimares, Quinton Charvers, Laila Roberts, Madison Martin, Robbie Calhourn, Ellie Houston, Kendall King, Kaylee Williams, LaDonna Grimsley, Jase Moulton, Londyn Davis, Deshwan Dixon, Elliott Smith, Brooke Robinson, Deann Wimbush, Lily Cunningham, Braylie Bermudez, and Toni Kirksey. 

All proceeds of this event will go toward helping Seminole County’s families and children through the Family Connection collaborative’s power of literacy. projects and events.

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